31 B.U. Int'l L.J. [i] (2013)

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INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL
CONTENTS

ARTICLES

The Transformation of Quantity into
Quality: Critical Mass in the Formation
of Customary International Law
Human Rights and Unintended
Consequences: Empirical Analysis of
International Economic Sanctions in
Contemporary Practice
Superpower Responsibility for State
Recognition: Charting a Course for
Nagorno-Karabakh
NOTES
Smaller Steps Towards Progress in the
Dominican Republic: Securing Equal
Access to Education for Dominico-
Haitian Children
In the Shadow of the Law: An
Examination of Corruption and the
Rule of Law in Armenia

William Thomas Worster

Michael P. Malloy
Amit K. Chhabra

Esther Kim

Scott A. Moore

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or the Trustees of Boston University.

SPRING 2013

NUMBER 1

VOLUME 31

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